A Time To Kill - Broadway Creative Team

A Time To Kill Broadway

Production Staff

John Grisham Author
(Source Material)
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Rupert Holmes Adaptor
David Bryant Producer
David Bryant is an actor, producer and investor who divides his time between the Bay Area and New York City. ... read more
Bryan Byrd Producer
Mary Dale Producer
Avram Freedberg Producer
Lindsay Jones Sound Designer
Lindsay Jones is a composer and sound designer for theatre and film. Off-Broadway: Through the Night (Union Square/Westside Theatres), The Brother/Sister Plays (Public Theater), The Burnt Part Boys, (Playwrights Horizons/Vineyard), Top Secret (New York Theatre Workshop), In The Continuum (Primary Stages) and many others. Regional: Guthrie, Center Stage, American Conservatory Theatre, Hartford Stage, South Coast Repertory, Alliance, Goodman, Arena Stage, Yale Repertory, The Old Globe, Chicago Shakespeare, Steppenwolf, Lookingglass and many others. International:: Stratford Shakespeare Festival (Canada), Royal Shakespeare Company (England), as well as productions in Austria, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Scotland. Awards: five Joseph Jefferson Awards and 16 nominations, ... read more
York Kennedy Lighting Designer
David Leong Fight Director
Jonathan Mann Producer
Elliot Masie Producer
Peter May Producer
Ethan McSweeny Director
Ethan McSweeny's work as a theatre director includes the Broadway premiere of John Grisham's A Time to Kill and the 2000 revival of Gore Vidal's The Best Man (Tony Award nomination, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle Awards); the New York premieres of John Logan's Never the Sinner (Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle Awards), Kate Fodor's Rx at Primary Stages, her 100 Saints You Should Know at Playwrights Horizons, and Jason Grote's time-bending 1001 for Page 73 (both named "Top Ten" in TimeOut and Entertainment Weekly magazines), as well as Willy Holtzman's Sabina at Primary Stages, and a landmark ... read more
Philip Meissner Producer
Anne Nesmith Wig Designer
James Noone Set Designer
Broadway: Lady Day At Emerson's Bar and Grill, A Time To Kill, Match, A Bronx Tale (original play and off –Broadway production) A Class Act, Jekyll and Hyde (original) The Rainmaker, The Sunshine Boys, The Gin Game (Harris-Durning). Inherit The Wind (Scott-Durning) and many others. Off-Broadway: Juno and The Paycock, In Masks Outrageous and Austere, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Three Tall Women, Full Gallop, Fully Committed (original) Rutheless (original) Opera: English National Opera, Glimmerglass Festival, Washington National Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, Boston Lyric Opera and others TV: Live From Lincoln Center, Great ... read more
Eva Price Producer
EVA PRICE is a three-time Tony Award-winning producer whose credits include over 18 Broadway plays, musicals, and concerts. She is a member of The Broadway League’s Board of Governors and recently joined the producing team at Level Forward, a new entertainment enterprise started by Killer Content and Abigail Disney to create story-driven/impact-minded properties across live, digital and filmed platforms; focusing on work, by and for, marginalized communities. Current and notable productions include: Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill (A.R.T., Broadway); Oklahoma! (2 Tony Awards, Best Musical Revival); Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (Broadway); What the Constitution Means to Me (2 Tony Noms., Bway/National Tour 2020); ... read more
Daryl Roth Producer
Daryl Roth is a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer who has been a driving force in the theater industry for over 30 years. She is known for her innovative productions, which often tackle challenging and thought-provoking subject matter. Born in 1945 in Lakewood, New Jersey, Roth grew up in a family that was deeply involved in the arts. Her father was a musician and her mother was a painter, and they encouraged their daughter to pursue her own creative interests. Roth attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she studied history and literature. After college, Roth moved to New York City and began ... read more
Jeff Sugg Projection Designer
Mr. Sugg is an award-winning designer and theater maker with over 20 years experience in the performing arts. Mr. Sugg has designed for a wide range of productions from Broadway to regional theater to international concert halls. Mr. Sugg has been a collaborator with music/theater artists including The Wooster Group, Julia Wolfe, Cynthia Hopkins, Jim Findlay, and Mikel Rouse. Select theater credits include: Broadway: Tina the Musical (fall 2019), All My Sons, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (broadway, Tour, Australia), Sweat, Bring It On, 33 Variations. West End: Tina the Musical. His off-broadway and regional credits include Second Stage, The ... read more
Lynn Watson Dialect Consultant
David C. Woolard Costume Designer
David C. Woolard has designed costumes at most of the major theatres in America as well as productions all over the world. He has dressed many personalities including Jane Fonda, Betty Buckley, Liz Mikel, Quentin Tarantino and Billy Crystal among others. Broadway credits include BRONX BOMBERS, FIRST DATE, LYSISTRATA JONES, WEST SIDE STORY, Jane Fonda’s clothing for 33 VARIATIONS, DIVIDING THE ESTATE, THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION, RING OF FIRE, ALL SHOOK UP, THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (2001 Tony Award nomination) VOICES IN THE DARK, THE WHO’S TOMMY (1993 Tony and Olivier Award nominations) BELLS ARE RINGING, MARLENE, WAIT UNTIL DARK, Horton Foote’s ... read more
Sara Beth Zivitz Producer